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height

  • 1 height

    きわみ 極み
    たかさ 高さ
    たかみ 高み
    たけ
    せい < of body>
    しんちょう 身長
    * * *
    /háit/ ((発音注意))〔 ⇒ high 〕
    〖名〗(複~s/háits/)
    1 〖U〗〖C〗 高さ, 高いこと; 高度, 海抜(〖略〗ht(. ), hgt. )《◆altitudeよりくだけた語》; 身長(standing ~)《◆「座高」はsitting ~》

    gain ~ 昇る

    lose ~ 降りる

    at a ~ of 6, 000 feet 6000フィートの高度で

    the ~ above (the) sea level 海抜《◆theをつけないのが普通》

    What is the ~ of this mountain? この山の高さはどのくらいですか(=How high is this … ?)

    He is six feet in ~. = His ~ is six feet. 彼の身長は6フィートだ(=He is six feet tall. ).

    2 〖C〗((正式))[しばしば~s; 単数扱い] 高い所, 高地, 丘, 高台(high place)

    look down from the ~s at the town 町を高い所から見おろす

    have a head for ~s 高い所が平気である.

    3 [the ~(s)] 絶頂, 極致, 最高潮, 最中

    at the ~ of excitement [bad manners] 興奮[無礼]の極みに

    a lady dressed in the ~ of fashion 最新流行の服を着た婦人

    in the ~ of (the) summer 夏の盛りに

    It's the ~ of madness to say so. そんなことを言うのは狂気のさただ.

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  • 2 height of

    まっさかり 真っ盛り
    まさかり 真盛り

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  • 3 height

    n. 高さ; 身長; 高地; 標高

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  • height — [ haıt ] noun *** 1. ) count or uncount how high something is, or how tall someone is: He was about the same height as his wife. in height: a graceful tower, rising to 400 feet in height someone s full height (=their height when they stand up… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Height — is the measurement of vertical distance, but has two meanings in common use. It can either indicate how tall something is, or how high up it is. For example one could say That is a tall building , or That airplane is high up in the sky . These… …   Wikipedia

  • height — W2S2 [haıt] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(how tall)¦ 2¦(distance above the ground)¦ 3¦(high place)¦ 4 new/great/dizzy etc heights 5 the height of something 6 be at the height of your success/fame/powers etc 7 be the height of fashion/stupidity/luxury etc ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Height — (h[imac]t), n. [Written also {hight}.] [OE. heighte, heght, heighthe, AS. he[ a]h[eth]u, h[=e]h[eth]u fr. heah high; akin to D. hoogte, Sw. h[ o]jd, Dan. h[ o]ide, Icel. h[ae][eth], Goth. hauhi[thorn]a. See {High}.] 1. The condition of being… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • height — [hīt] n. [< earlier highth < ME heighthe < OE hiehthu (akin to Goth hauhitha) < heah: see HIGH & TH1] 1. the topmost point of anything 2. the highest limit; greatest degree; extreme; climax; culmination [the height of absurdity] 3.… …   English World dictionary

  • height — height, altitude, elevation mean the distance a thing rises above the level on which it stands, or the vertical distance between a given level taken as a base and a thing that is above it. Height may be used with reference to whatever can be so… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Height — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Dorothy Height (1912–2010), US amerikanische Politikerin, Bürgerrechtlerin und Sozialarbeiterin Siehe auch: Heightmap, siehe Höhenfelder, zweidimensionale skalare Felder, die ein Höhenrelief beschreiben… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • height — ► NOUN 1) the measurement of someone or something from head to foot or from base to top. 2) the distance of something above ground or sea level. 3) the quality of being tall or high. 4) a high place or area. 5) the most intense part or period:… …   English terms dictionary

  • height´en|er — height|en «HY tuhn», transitive verb. 1. to make higher; elevate: »The builder heightened the doorway to accommodate the tall owner. 2. Figurative. to make stronger or greater; increase: »The clowns and the band heightened the children s pleasure …   Useful english dictionary

  • height|en — «HY tuhn», transitive verb. 1. to make higher; elevate: »The builder heightened the doorway to accommodate the tall owner. 2. Figurative. to make stronger or greater; increase: »The clowns and the band heightened the children s pleasure. Wax… …   Useful english dictionary

  • height — O.E. hiehþu, Anglian hehþo highest part or point, summit; the heavens, heaven, from root of heah high (see HIGH (Cf. high)) + itha, Germanic abstract noun suffix. Cf. O.N. hæð, M.Du. hoochte, O.H.G. hohida, Goth. hauhiþa height. Meaning d …   Etymology dictionary

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